Category Archive: self-directed learning

Learn English with Espresso English

People who follow me on Twitter and on Facebook might have noticed already that I constantly post  links from this site http://www.espressoenglish.net/, well the reason is the fact it’s real easy to catch the… Continue reading

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App Went FREE: The Opposites – Improve Vocabulary While Playing Games

Thanks to a new iGameMom.com is that I could find this super awesome App, please check their description out, they don’t miss any detail and it’s actually worth it to read! http://igamemom.com/2012/09/22/app-went-free-the-opposites-improve-vocabulary-while-playing-games/ The… Continue reading

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Story Starters on Scholastic.com

http://la.scholastic.com/ is one of the best sites I’ve found on the internet so far to help both, students and teachers, to make the learning process easier and fun. I recently found this Story Starters… Continue reading

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Weather Forecasting

Unlike many people can think, weather is one of the  main conversational starters. We always talk about the weather conditions because some activities, if not too many, depend on how the weather is like… Continue reading

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Random Name/ Word Picker

I personally like most of the tools from CLASSTOOLS.COM but this one is one of their coolest; it can help us check if students have learnt the new vocabulary of the lesson while… Continue reading

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Draw a Stickman

I can’t believe how creative people are these days, and how easily they can make stories with just a simple drawing. This tool can help your students create stories, read them and even… Continue reading

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EFL CLASSROOM CHATBOT

OMG! This chat bot is marvellous! I have been writing about chat bots in other posts but I just realized that EFL CLASSROOM Website has one as well, but it’s not just a… Continue reading

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What if students could design their own schools?

Would this kind of experiment actually work with a typical Mexican class? How do you think your students would react if you assigned it to them? Do you think there would be any… Continue reading

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